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About our Tree Houses

Our three-season (spring-summer-fall) tree houses are enclosed structures seven feet off the ground with a small deck. There are 10 tree houses available. Eight of them are just screened in. None of the tree houses have wood stoves.

Each site has an outdoor fire circle, grill and picnic table. None of the tree houses have mattresses. You must bring an air mattress or pad, pillows, bedding, cookware, a lantern and flashlights.

All sites are guaranteed one parking space. Some sites can fit a few cars. Groups may need to use our overflow parking lot then hike up to your site. Please call the office to ask about accessibility and parking if you have multiple cars.

Tree House Amenities:

  • Wooded site
  • Primitive, three-season structure
  • No Mattresses
  • No Woodstove
  • No Electricity
  • Outdoor fire circle
  • Picnic Table
  • Charcoal Grill
  • Pet friendly camping

Happy Campers

"Absolutely adorable campsite. My family stayed in one of their most primitive tree houses. It was very comfortable and even with a family of 4 and all the stuff that comes along with camping with kids there was enough room in our cabin for 2 more people and even more stuff. We will for sure be coming back and this has turned into our new favorite camping spot. The staff is extremely nice and very accommodating."

Brie D.

"What an awesome place to camp! My husband and I just spent the weekend in "crowsnest". Our hosts Abby and Louise were great and very informative about things to do and see in the area! Nothing but relaxing and being next to nature and walking around the campground and seeing all the different treehouses! Hot showers and modern bathroom facilities as well as Porta potties! Would recommend this place to anyone who needs a quiet place to get away! Will definitely be back!"

Barry and Sandy

"I cannot rave about this place enough. From our very first visit Nick, Abby, family and employees were so warm and welcoming. We felt like we were visiting long time friends after knowing them for 5 minutes!

So far we have only stayed in the smaller treehouses, but look forward to booking one of the tree cottages when it's chilly. The camp store is well stocked with goodies and has hot coffee in the morning. Check out the lending library of board games and books, or join the scavenger hunt. The bathrooms/showers/sink for dish washing are always spotless. Everyone that works there really puts their heart into the grounds and it shows at every turn.

The first visit we were content to relax, cook, and wander the grounds. On our second trip we visited Crystal Grottoes and Elk Mountain Trails, both of which I highly recommend as well."

Luna L.

Reserve a Tree House

There is a two night minimum on weekends.

Tree Houses for Smaller Groups

Woodpecker, Wren, Crowsnest, Bluebird, Oriole
Starting at $44 per night, for up to 4 people. $10 a night for each person over 4.

The Woodpecker and Wren have one double and 4 single bunks. The Crowsnest, Bluebird, and Oriole have 2 double and 2 single bunks. These are smaller and older tree houses.

Starting at $76 per night, for up to 6 people. $10 a night for each person over 6, maximum number 10.

The Robin has been re-built, and is now a larger "executive style" tree house with with 2 queen bunks and 2 double bunks. It is just screened in, and not insulated. It has a super large covered porch, and lots of floor space for a pack and play.

Tree Houses for Larger Groups

Eagle & Blackbird
Starting at $62 per night, for up to 6 people. $10 a night for each person over 6.

The Eagle has 10 single bunks and Blackbird has 8 single bunks. They are older, and built around a tree.

Falcon & Hawk
Starting at $79 per night, for up to 6 people. $10 a night for each person over 6, maximum number 12.

The Falcon and Hawk are new, and have the capacity for 12 people. There are 3 double bunks and 2 upper levels of lofts the size of a piece of plywood, room for 6 above, and 6 below if sharing the double bunks. These new houses are a hybrid between a cottage and a tree house. They do not have wood stoves, but are insulated, with windows that close, so they are much warmer during cold weather.

Booking Info

  • Two night minimum on weekends, except for field sites
  • 20% off sites on Wednesdays, except if on July 4.
  • Memorial and Labor Day weekends have a three-night minimum and require full payment in advance
  • Reservations are recommended
  • We do not have accommodations for RV's
  • Please be sure to read the Camp Rules.
  • Click here to download a Camp Map

Check In & Check Out

Check in is anytime after 2 pm. Please call if you will be checking in later than 9 pm on Fridays, or after 5 pm Saturday–Thursday. Check out is 12 pm. We prefer no one arrives after 11 pm without prior permission.

Please Note: All deposits are non-refundable. If you cancel, your deposit will shift to a Sunday through Thursday credit. No shows and no call will be charged for entire reservation.

If you have never been here, please contact us so we can make sure you get the right spot. There is a difference between the new cottages and the older cottages, new tree houses and older tree houses. However, it is all camping. There are a lot of pictures on our Facebook page. Some people prefer things more rustic, but, if that is not you, please book a new structure.

Cottages and treehouses tend to book a few months out on week ends, but there is generally availability last minute Sunday through Thursday... which is a good time to be here if you can get away. It never hurts to call Friday morning to see if there were any cancellations, or call Saturday morning to see if there were No Shows.

Please don't hesitate to communicate with us ahead of your arrival, early in the day if possible, if you have special needs so we can do our best to help you.